WITH sea views, a walled garden and its own cinema room, this grand townhouse has pretty much got it all.

The huge Victorian building, which looks out over Warrior Square in St Leonards, is on the market for just under £1.7 million.

The seven-bedroom house has been sensitively restored to retain its 19th century features, including balconies, staircases and several fireplaces - all of which are functional.

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On the ground floor a reception hall leads to a sweeping staircase and the spacious kitchen, which is filled with light thanks to large bay windows.

There is underfloor heating beneath the stone floor and an adjoining breakfast room looks out onto the garden.

On the first floor there is a large drawing room with a grand fireplace, wooden flooring and a balcony, and through double doors you will find the dining room.

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The main bedroom suite occupies the whole of the second floor, with a dressing room and luxurious bathroom with central jacuzzi bath.

There are five more bedrooms across the third and fourth floors, with views out to sea on one side of the house.

The lower ground floor has a movie lover's dream - a professionally installed cinema room with sound-proofed walls, fitted £15k wall speakers, surround sound and atmospheric lighting - and even a projection room.

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Tom Parker, consumer spokesman at Zoopla said: "This stunning Victorian townhouse has a lot to offer home hunters including beautiful views to the sea, a walled garden and seven bedrooms.

"It also has many beautifully restored period features including cornicing and window shutters.”

For more information on the property, contact the estate agent Unique Property Company London Ltd on 020 8033 7366.